Rwanda

Global Scan

A computer saves a Russian man from a bear attack

Encounters between hungry bears and people are increasingly common in Russia. But one encounter had an unexpected twist — and suggests a new use for that outdated computer. Meanwhile, in Hong Kong, the city's top leader says the city's poor can't be trusted with the right to vote. And Rwanda starts screening Americans for Ebola. Those stories and more in today's Global Scan.

Global Politics

The Dark side of Rwanda's recovery

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame is almost certain to win a second seven-year term in elections Monday. But critics say there's a dark side to Kagame's rule that prevents many Rwandans from showing anything but support. Correspondent Nick Wadhams reports.